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Copper Nickel 70 30 Bars are one of the most commonly used non-ferrous alloys for various industries. They have excellent properties, high corrosion resistance, low maintenance requirements, and exceptional heat exchanger safety in marine applications. Additionally, their excellent formability allows them to be produced in highly customized shapes that are easy to fabricate. These bars are durable and have a long service life, thus making them highly cost-effective for engineering projects. They provide superior resistance against fire and ebb current erosion, making them suitable for many demanding electrical applications. Copper Nickel 70 30 Bars also possess excellent weldability and antimicrobial properties, making them useful in medical and food processing industries where hygienic conditions are paramount.

Copper Nickel 70 30 Bars are a widely used alloy composed of 70 percent copper and 30 percent nickel. This alloy provides improved corrosion resistance in the presence of seawater, making it popular for its use in hot water tanks, condensers, piping systems, and marine fittings. It also provides excellent resistance to formicary and cupric acid corrosion. Aside from these qualities, Copper Nickel 70 30 Bars can also be applied to applications that require solid mechanical properties with good strength-to-weight ratios. The combination of copper and nickel results in an excellent heat-transfer capability – perfect for use in high-temperature applications like furnace components. With the proper preparation, Copper Nickel 70 30 Bars can even be used in art projects such as jewellery making and gift items due to its attractive lustre and appealing look.

FAQ's for Copper Nickel 70/30 Bars

Copper Nickel 70/30 bars offer excellent strength and toughness, as well as superior resistance to corrosion from marine environments.

Copper Nickel 70/30 bars are commonly used in shipbuilding, offshore engineering, oil and gas industries, and various other industrial applications.

Yes, specialized tools may be necessary in order to safely install or maintain these bars in hazardous conditions.

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